Two sister Unitarian Universalist churches in Hudson and Northborough will be honoring the importance of mutual support by holding a shared worship service led by the Rev. Alice Anacheka-Nasemann and the Rev. Judith Wright from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 20, at the First Parish Church at 40 Church St. in Northborough. This marks [ … ]
When Sen. Ted Cruz recently recited lines from Dr. Seuss’ Green Eggs and Ham as part of his 21 hour speech, he was apparently not the first to refer to Seuss’ lyrical and witty rhymes from the senate floor. With our government in shutdown mode, Rev. Alice is pondering the wisdom in Dr. Seuss’ books, and [ … ]
By the Rev. Alice Anacheka-Nasemann
In 1770, the preacher John Murray, considered by many to be the father of Universalism, was a broken man seeking a fresh start. He had been excommunicated from his church for professing Universalist ideas.
His wife and infant son had died, as well as 4 of his siblings. He had spent time in [ … ]
The Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson is pleased to announce new staff lineup this fall. The Rev. Alice Anacheka-Nasemann is now minister; Deborah Levering is the new director of lifelong learning, and Carole Graves has taken on the music and choir director role.
Anacheka-Nasemann previously served as associate minister for five years, establishing the [ … ]
The earliest Judeo-Christian stories in the First Testament describe a religion that is fundamentally based on a covenant between God and God’s people. This emphasis on covenant, which has been central to both Judaism and Christianity throughout the years, heavily influenced early Unitarianism.
This Sunday, Sept. 22, we will consider what it is to live in [ … ]